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CHESTER UNION CONTRACT DAY.…

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CHESTER ROYALTY THEATRE. .

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EDDISBURY PETTY SESSIONS.…

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GREAT WESTERN TRAIN ALTERATION. Particulars appear in our advertising columns of the Great Western Railway principal train and boat alterations for October. FIRE IN NOJATH GATE- STREST.- On Wednesday night, about eleven o'clock, an outbreak of fire happened in the residence of Mrs. Williams, Upper Northgate-street. The fire brigade were summoned, and operated with a hand pump. The conflagration was caused by the explosion of a paraffin lamp, and had caught the window blinds, clothing, a couch, and articles of furni- ture, all of which were considerably damaged. AMBULANCE COMPETITION AT CHESTER. On Saturday evening, at the Drill Hall, an inspec- tion took place of the members of the Chester division of St. John Ambulance Association, by Dr. Trimble, deputy commissioner. There were present the vice-chairman (Mr. George Dickson) and the other members of the com- mittee, including Mr. J. G. Holmes, Drs. Harrison, Hopkins, Burges, Mann, and Duff. There was a fair number of spectators. The men inspected comprised the Chester and Saltney divisions, and were questioned on ambulance work, and performed the various tests and drills. The inspection over, Dr. Trimble spoke very favourably of the work of both divisions, remarking that the men shewed considerable knowledge of it. He would have pleasure in reporting to the headquarters his favourable opinion. Next took place the examination for the Yerburgh medal. About 16 candidates entered the competition, and after an exciting performance, in which many shewed considerable skill, the medal was awarded to a man named Hughes, an old ambulance student. It is to be much regretted that the .association in Chester does not meet with the attention and popularity it deserves, and an earnest desire is expressed by the officials that during the winter months greater interest will be taken in its proceedings.

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FLINT COUNTY RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

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